This magnificent and powerful public piece of artwork is now on display in Greyfriars Green not far from where Bucephalus
, or Trigger, was previously located.
The Macedonian regent founded two cities, one at the spot of the battle, called Nicaea (Greek for Victory) in commemoration of his success and one on the other side of the Hydaspes called Alexandria Bucephalus
(present city of Phalia in district Mandi Baha-ud-din) to honour his faithful horse, that died soon after this battle.
In addition to poems I have mentioned, I especially recommend "They cannot be far away--," "I watched the smoke-wreath from your chimney sag," "I would give you Alexander's Bucephalus
," "Being watched," "Go the long way, the long way home," "Here, in the comer of the field," "Squat and sullen," "The vinery has been broken for years and years," "A Man in a Landscape," "Mangolds," "Thaelmaon," "Because a smallish man had been," "Waiting for War," "Road, 1940," "It is April nineteen-forty-one," "I always fold my gloves," "Before D.
This being the official one, it has all the cut scenes from the movie - nice images of the young Alexander taming his big horse Bucephalus
, of Colin Farrell looking like a well moody Julian Clary and so forth.